Aug 11, 2004
Daily Fringe: Kim Surkan
Kim Surkan adds her voice to the Daily Fringe, going from Illusion to Everything and Nothing. She'll continue to file reviews, so keep checking.
Aug 8, 2004
Daily Fringe: Jaime Kleiman
Jaime's now talking about "Whoppers," Kevin Kling's talking thing; "This Love Train is Unstoppable," and "23 Across." These join her review of "Death Penalty Puppetry" : Muppets, behaving badly, but with a Message.
Aug 7, 2004
Daily Fringe: Val Valentine
Val Valentine has written her take on "Before Dark" at the Minneapolis Theater Garage (also read about Goddess Menses, "No Exit," tequila, and other things Fringed).
Aug 2, 2004
A Life in Language: Patricia Kirpatrick
Cheryl Reitan reviews Patricia Kirpatrick's first book, "Century's Road," which collects decades of this poet's work, widely published in journals and anthologies but til now uncollected.
Jul 19, 2004
Temporary Relief, No Permanent Satisfaction: Low
Chris Godsey reviews Low's "A Lifetime of Temporary Relief: 10 Years of B-Sides and Rarities," on Chairkickers Union. What is the relation of a listener to the figment of imagination that is a band?
Jun 27, 2004
In Medias Res: Punching It Out with Appearances at Soo VAC
“Untitled 3: Third Annual Juried Show,” to July 18, Soo VAC, 2640 Lyndale Avenue S. Curated by Olukemi Ilesanmi, assistant curator of visual arts, Walker Art Center, and Sylvia Chivaratanond, guest curator, Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
Jun 25, 2004
Transfigured Dreck: Liz Miller
Liz Miller’s show at Augsburg, "Failure of an Eloquent Defense," caught Michael Fallon’s eye, and he describes it here. The show is up through July 11, and you can see more of Liz Miller’s work at Soo VAC in “Untitled 3.”
Jun 9, 2004
Image Dump: Home to the Unheimlich
Image Dump Exhibitions will hold another opening for this show on June 19th. It will run through July 18th. Please call 612-379-2133 for more information.
May 19, 2004
Book Review: The Forms Belief Takes
As part of our upcoming emphasis on public art and architecture, Dean Seal reviews a book recently published by University of Minnesota Press on church architecture.
May 17, 2004
Dance Review: Studio 2A (Wednesday, May 5)
Lightsey Darst conveys in beautifully choreographed language a set of dances that take ballet out of the proscenium and put it in our midst.
May 16, 2004
Book, Art Review: The Clothing of Honor
Dean J. Seal
Dean Seal reviews the fine exhibition of Plains Indian shirts at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The show was only up through May 16, but there is a book just out from University of Minnesota Press that serves as the exhibition’s catalogue.
May 2, 2004
Dance Review: SOLO: Live to Dance/Dance to Live
Natalie Harter ventures to the Southern Theater for SOLO, performances by the 2002 and 2003 McKnight Artist Fellowship recipients in dance, to see what’s possible when dancers are paid for their passion.